Grateful Dead Live at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center on 1985-09-12
2. Greatest Story Ever Told >
4. It's All Over Now
5. Row Jimmy
5. Brother Esau >
7. Big RailRoad Blues >
8. //Looks Like Rain >
9. Might As Well
2. Help On The Way > Slipknot >
3. Franklin?s Tower
4. Playin? In The Band >
5. Drum//s >
1. Space >
2. The Other One >
3. Black Peter >
4. Throwin' Stones >
5. Not Fade Away >
7. Not Fade Away>
8. Brokedown Palace
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Henry J. Kaiser Convention CenterLocation Oakland, CASource TS>Beyer Dynamic M88's>Sony TCD5M (CM - TDK MA90's)Lineage Nak DR-10>Midiman Flying Cow 24bit/48kHz A/D>RME Digi96/8> Steinberg's Wavelab 3.0 (bit resolution & resampling to 16/44.1>CDWav beta1.57 (tracking only)>flac16Taped by Charlie ConnorTransferred by Charlie Connor
The splices in d1t08 (LLR) and d2t05 (drums) are very minor. There may also
be a splice in d3t07, but I'm not sure. The start Of d3t07 NFA is a little
abrupt but if you listen to the chant behind the music it seems to flow.
At any rate if it is a spice it too is minor.
As this is a taper's section recording you do hear the ambience of the room.
But don't let that deter you from downloading this show. It sort of adds
an element of the "you are there" effect and besides that, the music is on
fire from start to end. Tons of energy and musically spot on!!!!
August 20, 2010
Energy Max Out
Although this show sounds like you're sitting in the cheap seats, it works. Nice quality although not FOB. I was dripping wet after this show and shaking my head. Tons of energy and a thundering but short other one with a spooky beginning. Lots of highlights - Bertha's jam going at record speed and Jerry's bouncing around the rafters like a ping pong ball. Great stuff.
April 17, 2010
Highly Suggested Listening
What IowaNic said
Charlie Connor (a friend) was really a recording wizard with standard equipment.
Great fun indeed
December 4, 2009
great show and recording
This is a great recording--really captures the energy of the crowd, the warmth of the room, and the quality of the music. As good an audience recording as you'll ever hear.
And the music is totally killer. These shows were billed as the 20th anniversary of the Acid Tests, and there was a light and video show that set quite the psychedelic mode. They had some of the same stuff at that year's New Years shows, but Kaiser is so much smaller than the Coliseum that it was much more effective at Kaiser. The Help-Slip-Franklin's-Playin' stretch is totally tripped out, Jerry's in very good form. And you can hear just how into it the crowd was--the audience basically kicked off Help On the Way.
Highly, highly recommended.